I own a web-based business and I’m an avid blogger/social media type. One would assume that I would be quite the tech savvy mama. The truth is… I’m not. Luckily when I’m hanging around the office, there are a plethora of smarty-pant nerd types who can help me out. When I’m at home, I have to pull in the big guns for…Continue
Added by Julie Cole on December 18, 2013 at 9:38am — No Comments
Stress is a common problem among working moms. Working and raising children is a bit like having two full-time jobs, especially if you have young children. Your spouse may share some of the household and childcare responsibilities with you, but there’s probably still a seemingly endless list of things for you to do every day. So, how do you manage it all and keep your cool? If you’re having trouble keeping your stress levels under control as a working mom, here are three tips to help you…Continue
Added by Carolyn on April 24, 2012 at 3:24pm — No Comments
We noticed that 15 moms on MyWorkButterfly celebrated their birthday today - April 22.
That got us thinking. Yes, we're all connected here on Butterfly. But, do these same 15 moms within one community even know each other. Have they ever had a conversation -…Continue
Spam. Never liked the stuff- be it in the can or out. Lately, I’ve been seeing more spam out of the can and in the pages of MyWorkButterfly.com. If you are confused as to what “spam” is as it relates to our community- let me clarify:
Please share your Facebook Fanpage with everyone, so we know who you are and can check out your work. Then share this post on Facebook and tweet it out so others can share it as well.
My Body Belongs to Me: http://www.facebook.com/pages/My-Body-Belongs-to-Me/121318191793
The Poem Lady…Continue
“Will Smith rejoins Fresh Prince of Bel Air Co-Stars:”
Karyn Parsons, Tatyana Ali, Alfonso Ribeiro and James Avery
in an Exclusive Online Charity Auction to Benefit Sweet Blackberry
Honoring Black History Month ~ February…Continue
Added by MyWorkButterfly on February 5, 2011 at 6:00pm — No Comments
In 2005, Forte Foundation, a consortium of business schools and major companies and Wharton Center for Leadership and Change Management concluded that women who re-enter the workforce after taking a hiatus to raise a family, care for a parent, or tend to other personal matters could derail their career.
Among their findings,
Added by Blessing O. on December 28, 2010 at 1:44pm — No Comments
Calling all JOUMANA KIDD fans! And those who would like to HELP SAVE THE MUSIC ...
The highest bidder in an auction benefiting charity can win a “Dream Date” with Joumana --…Continue
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It's Monday morning and I'm looking at what I accomplished last week. I was SO busy - catching up after big snow storms caused havoc to my work schedule (due to a six days of no school for my son), keeping on top of current client needs, responding to new clients and marketing opportunities, staying on top of email and phone calls, chairing a big volunteer event and taking care of me, the house, my family and meals. Although I did…Continue
Added by Julie Cohen on February 24, 2010 at 12:30pm — No Comments
Hi My name is Siggy Flicker and My motto to having a healthy, happy life has always been this…..…Continue
One of the most frequently asked questions that I am ever asked, both as a recruiter and as a career coach, is about handling gaps in a CV caused by taking time out to raise a family.
Response: there is no one magic wand answer. Or at least not one that I can think of.
Starting and raising a family is one of the greatest challenges of not just being a woman, but being a woman in the work place. We all handle it differently. There is no right or wrong…Continue
Hallelujah, Michelle Obama, who stated, "As a society, we view work-life balance policies as special benefits for women, rather than “essential policies that can benefit everyone in the workplace."
It's hard to believe that for example roughly 40% of private sector employees work at organizations that currently don't offer paid sick leave. Yes, 40%.
So while Michelle Obama, is focused on trying to bring attention to the issues moms face in terms…Continue
Added by Terry Starr on February 10, 2010 at 4:48pm — No Comments